Should You Pay With Points Or Cash?: Once you dive deeper into this hobby, you’ll run into first world problems such as “should I pay for this business class seat with points or cash?”. This article and calculator should help you make that decision.
No More Double Dipping: Earning points exponentially with one purchase is a great way to boost your points balance. Double dipping, triple dipping or even nastier dips are possible with certain purchases. Unfortunately we’re no longer able to take advantage of Lyft’s triple dip.
Add All Amex Offers At Once: Speaking of first world problems…. Amex offers are great as they allow you to save money or earn bonus points on purchases. However it’s a pain to add all of your offers especially if you have several cards. Well here’s a cool trick you might like!
AT&T Might Not Trigger Amex Credits: Many of us have been enjoying these monthly credits offered by American Express on our wireless bills. However many AT&T users are reporting that their charges aren’t triggering the credit. Check out this article for more data points.
A Guide To Capital One: The Capital One Venture card has evolved throughout the years to be a very popular travel card. Now that Venture miles are a transferable currency, here are the best uses of those points.
Best Ways To Use United Miles: United miles are very popular for many reasons. One of those reasons is the fact that you can fly on Star Alliance airlines without paying surcharges. That’s a huge cash savings. Here are the best ways to use United miles.
Use Your iPhone As ID At TSA Checkpoints: Technology evolves at such a fast pace and what is possible with technology is mind blowing. Some of the simpler enhancements though are very convenient as well. Like being able to use your phone as an ID at the airport? Yes please!
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